Readers of most ages (I'd say 10 and over) should enjoy this Star Wars book, or at lease parts of it. It offers no real canon insights, as it employs unreliable narrators throughout to tell numerous Legends of Luke Skywalker. The canon story which ties these tales together is that of young Fathier tenders on a flight to Canto Bight, passing time by telling the stories of the Jedi master. It's mostly forgettable glue that holds the far more entertaining narratives together. The different stories are told in various voices, some humorous, some more awed and epic, and they are all worth a read. It all results as something of a cultural snapshot of the Star Wars galaxy at the time of the Sequel Trilogy.
Added to the enjoyable nature of the stories, is the fact that the hardcover book is really nice to look at and hold. The red binding and white cover are really quite nice, and each legend features a unique artistic illustration. Presentation is definitely a selling point.